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Tackling Dry Skin

Tackling dry or problematic skin on the body can be a challenge. We are often so focused on the skin on our face that we don’t know where to begin with body products. My favourite results driven body products and supplements as follows: Derma-Lac Lotion is an easy to apply body lotion to stop the […]

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Say Goodbye to Razors.

The options for hair removal are endless, from waxing and shaving to tweezing, but laser hair removal offers a more permanent approach to getting rid of unwanted hair. As the skin should not be exposed to the sunlight 30 days before and after laser treatment the Winter months are the perfect time to commence a […]

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Christmas Gift Ideas

Finding the best Christmas presents for family and friends can be stressful… Luckily we have sourced a wide range of cracking Christmas gifts for all of your loved ones. So sit back, relax and find some snazzy Christmas presents. Choose your faves and we’ll do the rest! Email beautyhaven@btconnect.com to order.

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What is Glycolic Acid and how should you use it?

What is it? Glycolic is a alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) its an ingredient found in fruit sugars such as lime and papaya and is the gold standard in chemical exfoliation. What are the benefits? Our skin cells are constantly dying and regenerating, dead skin cells can clump together and embed in your pores causing dullness […]

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Treating dry, dehydrated skin.

As the colder months approach the ceramide levels in our skin lower causing the skin to feel dehydrated and dry. If you have a dehydrated skin, your skin is lacking in water, it will then produce more oil to make up for this lack of water thus resulting in irritation, break out activity and dry […]

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The Low Down on Lactic Acid.

Lactic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid, unlike AHAs such as glycolic acid, lactic acid is a bit milder. It is specifically used to treat hyperpigmentation, age spots, and other factors that contribute to a dull and uneven complexion. However, unlike AHAs such as glycolic acid, lactic acid is a bit milder. AHAs encourage the skin to slough off […]

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